Kingsman: The Golden Circle


Action / Adventure / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 69%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 189747


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Channing Tatum as Tequila
Julianne Moore as Poppy
Taron Egerton as Eggsy
Halle Berry as Ginger
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2hr 21 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Przemyslaw Orawiec 4 / 10

Massive dissapoinment

I was really dissapointed with this movie right from the beginning. It's very over the top and went from an iconic action movie to sci-fi/comedy/action film with poor storyline. I don't know what the director was thinking. It was painful to watch.

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 3 / 10

Matthew makeths a mess.

The original Kingsman movie was a finely tuned comic-book adventure that presented OTT violence and astonishing action set pieces galore, all with a tongue-in-cheek sense of humour. For his sequel, director Matthew Vaughn attempts to give us more of the same, only bigger and louder, but fails on almost every level.

There's way too much CGI. From the opening car chase, to the ridiculous robot dogs, to the stupid cable car scene, The Golden Circle suffers from far too much unconvincing digital trickery.

The film panders to the American market by introducing the US equivalent of The Kingsman, Southern secret agents The Statesman. The first film possessed a wholly British charm; this one doesn't, and suffers greatly for it.

Julianne Moore. Superb actress, but totally miscast as the film's villain, drug baron Poppy.

Bringing back Colin Firth as a confused lepidopterist was a really bad move. From badass to befuddled butterfly collector. Why bother?

And what was the point of Halle Berry as wannabe Statesman Ginger? She is given absolutely nothing of interest to do throughout the entire film.

Worst of all, we have Sir Elton John, not in a brief cameo (THAT, I might have forgiven), but in several supposedly funny scenes so utterly diabolical that they simply have to be seen to be believed. Kingsman 3 had better be Elton free...

Reviewed by druetto-21484 3 / 10

You break my heart, Mr. Vaughn.

You can't imagine how much i wanted to like this movie, but the truth is that it is actually terrible, and even worse if you compare it with the first one. They've turned what could've been a magnificent movie in some sort of generic comedy that tries really hard to be a serious movie.

Horrible, ridiculous script ("We should drink to Scotland").

Awkward situations, like when the princess is hanging out with Eggsy and his friends, who act and look like tramps. Why is she even there? She's a princess, dammit! Does she even like those people? They could've shot the scene without her and there'd be no difference.

Moronic, nonsensical characters (Poppy and the president, for instance).

Great actors, yet horrible performances (Colin Firth, Mark Strong).

Tatum's character (Tequila) is just useless, he literally appears a couple of times in the movie and then he gets poisoned. Contributes nothing to the plot.

Also, the Kingsman were supposed to be the best of the best, but even though, agent Tequila, an agent from the Statesman, seems to beat two Kingsman agents at the same time without even blinking.

Scary Movie-like "humor" (agent Whiskey, while fighting some crazy idiots in a bar, throws one of the guys against a table that's right behind where Harry is sitting as the camera focuses on how he keeps talking to Merlin and Eggsy like nothing happened).

Very bad CGI. I don't even need to explain this here, if you watch the movie, you'll see what am i talking about.

Situations that add nothing to the plot (Merlin, who has never shown interest in music whatsoever, out of the blue, decides that he likes John Denver, which is nothing but a lame excuse to show him singing "Country Roads" before he dies, in an attempt to make the scene somehow "epic").

There are a lot more of details that make this movie bad, but these are the ones which bugged me the most. Even though, this movie is worth a watch if you liked the first one and you want to keep up with Kingsman's storyline.

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